Durban Highlights Tour

Price from: R1 120 per person

Duration: ±8 hours

Travel along the Golden Mile, the revitalised beachfront promenade, viewing the upgraded Point Waterfront. We travel through the city, viewing the majestic City Hall. We continue to the small craft harbour viewing the 8th largest harbour in the world. Drive past the sugar terminals and harbour warehouses on our way to the University of Natal – Durban Campus for the lovely view below. Then we visit the bustling African/Indian Markets at Warwick Triangle – home to 9 distinct markets developed around Durban’s largest public transport interchange. We then proceed to the fascinating Phansi Museum – home to the largest publicly accessible collection of Southern African artifacts and traditions, including beadworks, headrests, Zulu clay pots and various other treasures. (Note: museum is closed on weekends & entrance fee is for own account). From culture to nature, we make our way to the peaceful Durban Botanic Gardens founded in 1849, followed by a visit to the Moses Mabhida Stadium. There is an optional cablecar ride (for own account) to the top of the stadium for that phenomenal view of Durban. Finally, we’ll sit back and be entertained at uShaka Marine World.

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Our tour begins as we travel along the Golden Mile, the revitalised beachfront promenade which hugs the beckoning beaches of Durban viewing the Point Waterfront. We move through the City, viewing the majestic City Hall, and enjoying its humorous history!

We continue to the small craft harbour viewing the 8th largest harbour in the world. Drive past the sugar terminals and very busy harbour warehouses on our way to the University of Natal – Durban Campus where we view lovely sights of the harbour down below.

Then we visit the bustling African/Indian Markets at Warwick Triangle – home to 9 distinct markets developed around Durban’s largest public transport interchange and where approximately 6 000 street vendors ply their trade, to an average of 460 000 daily commuters – an authentic experience.

We then proceed to the fascinating Phansi Museum – home to the largest publicly accessible collection of Southern African artifacts and traditions, including beadworks, headrests, Zulu clay pots and various other treasures. (Note: museum is closed on weekends & entrance fee is for own account).

From culture to nature, we visit the peaceful Durban Botanic Gardens founded in 1849, a treasure trove of massive trees from Asia, Africa and America, and a magnificent orchid house.

We then proceed to an icon of Kwazulu Natal, the Moses Mabhida Stadium where you will have the option of experiencing the cable car ride (for own account) to the top of the Stadium for that phenomenal view of Durban and its surroundings.

Afterwards, we’re going to sit back and be entertained at uShaka Marine World, where the dolphin, seal and penguin shows are not only spectacular, but fun and lighthearted too!

Location

Depart

Durban beachfront hotels

Return

Durban beachfront hotels

Inclusions

Return transfers from Durban beachfront hotels

Exclusions

Cablecar ride at the Moses Mabhida Stadium

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